Cheap Hotels in Brno
Situated on the outskirts of the city, Campea Aparthotel offers accommodation in comfortable double rooms with the modern equipment and views of the city. Free WiFi is available in all areas and free private parking is possible on site. All studios are equipped with a kitchenette, cable TV, and a bathroom with shower and toilet. The on-site restaurant serves Czech and international cuisine. Several shops, grocery stores and restaurants are within a range of 400 metres. Guests of Aparthotel Campea can request massages, laundry service or use the hotel’s business facilities. An elevator and free private parking are further amenities of the property. The property is 2.1 km from BVV Exhibition Centre and 4.6 km from Villa Tugendhat. An aquapark is 5 km away. The bus stop Univerzitní Kampus is just 100 metres away.
In a quiet area of Brno, 3 km from the centre, Hotel Albellus is within 200 metres of Stará Osada Bus and Tram Station. It offers free WiFi, free camera-secured parking, and a 24-hour reception. All the stylishly decorated rooms come with luxury mattresses, an LCD TV, and an en-suite bathroom. Most units have a balcony as well. Wheelchair-accessible rooms are available. Breakfast is served daily at the Albellus Hotel, and restaurants can be found in the immediate vicinity. A tennis court, which can be used throughout the year, is featured on site. Kuldova Tram and Bus Stop, Gajdošova Bus Stop, and Mošnova Bus Stop are within 600 metres. The Albellus Hotel has easy connections to the Brno Tuřany Airport, the BVV Trade Fairs Brno Exhibiton Centre and the Brno Grand-Prix Circuit. The motorway to Prague, Vienna and Bratislava is easily reachable.
Located on a quiet street in Brno, Hotel Omega Brno offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV, just 0.5 km from the Brno Exhibition Grounds. Facilities include a squash court. The rooms of Omega Brno Hotel feature floor-to-ceiling windows, making the rooms light and airy. All rooms feature a work desk, a hairdryer, and a private bathroom. The restaurant serves local and international cuisine. Guests can enjoy a relaxing drink at the wine room and beer hall. Hotel Omega Brno’s staff is available 24/7. The hotel also offers fax and photocopying services. The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul is 1.2 km from Hotel Omega Brno, and the Old Town Hall is 2 km away.
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Hotels in Brno
The Capital of the Czech Republic's South Moravia region, and the country's second largest city, Brno is noted for its significant student population and imposing cathedral and castle.
No one can say they've truly seen Brno until they've witnessed the architectural splendour of the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul. Featuring two distinctive Neogothic towers and an elaborate Baroque interior, the building replaced a medieval Romanesque chapel, and is the defining symbol and focal point of the city.
Dating back to the Middle Ages, Špilberk Castle was transformed into a Baroque-style fortress in later years, which enabled Brno to protect itself from foreign invasions, especially sieges by Swedish forces in the early 17th-century Central European Thirty Years' War.
A short drive from Brno, Veve?í Castle is approximately 800 years old and surrounds a glorious forest, although a castle had existed at this site as early as the 11th century. In fact, this castle was visited by Winston Churchill on at least three occasions; on his third visit, in 1908, he spent part of his honeymoon here with his wife Clementine Churchill.
The Moravian Gallery
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2011, the Moravian Gallery is a must-see if you're a lover of fine art. Here, in three venues, you can see many artistic masterpieces from Czech artists, as well as plenty of other works of art from the ancient, modern and contemporary eras.
The Museum of Romani Culture
The intriguing Museum of Romani Culture was founded in 1991, shortly after the Gentle Revolution of 1989, when successive protests resulted in the end of more than four decades of Communist power, and the transition from Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic. The venue celebrated the opening of its first permanent exhibition in 2005, and offers a deep insight into the lives of the Romani people, who originated from northern India and migrated to Europe approximately a millennium ago.
Eating out in Brno – recommendations
Enjoy some divine Japanese cuisine at the Koishi restaurant, or head to Borgo Agnese for some other equally delightful Mediterranean recipes. The Ristorante Pizzeria Leonessa, meanwhile, provides mouthwatering Italian dishes, while the Palazzo Restaurant offers more tantalising European cuisine to suit all tastes.
Where to stay in the city
For great value for money, you could consider booking a stay at the immaculate Barcelo Brno Palace, the chic Hotel Grandezza, or the well-presented Hotel Arte. Other popular Brno hotels include the deluxe, highly hospiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel International, the affordable and elegant Hotel Pegas Brno, and the budget-friendly yet sophisticated Maximus Resort.
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